European
Ecosystem
Event on 6G

ECO6G is a great strategic networking opportunity for policy makers, business leaders and the research community.

The i2CAT Foundation promotes and organizes ECO 6G, an event born to become an international reference point for 6G discussions.
For this first edition, key 5G and future 6G stakeholders will sit together to discuss about 6G from a European perspective, providing both the unified vision of Europe as a leading world region in 5G, and also giving voice to the individual initiatives put in place by the different member states.

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European Ecosystem Event on 6G
ECO6G is a great strategic networking opportunity for policy makers, business leaders and the research community.

The i2CAT Foundation promotes and organizes ECO 6G, an event born to become an international reference point for 6G discussions.
For this first edition, key 5G and future 6G stakeholders will sit together to discuss about 6G from a European perspective, providing both the unified vision of Europe as a leading world region in 5G, and also giving voice to the individual initiatives put in place by the different member states.

>Dr. Colin Willcock
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About The Speaker

Dr. Colin Willcock

Colin is currently the chairman of the 6G Smart Networks and Services Industry Association (6G-IA) governing board (formally known as 5G Infrastructure Association). He is also the chairman of the Smart Networks and Services Joint undertaking (SNS-JU) governing board. He has detailed knowledge and experience of the telecommunications industry having worked directly or indirectly with many of the major players over a 28-year period. The roles have included software developer, technical consultant, technical marketing, standardization and management. In addition to line manager roles, he has participated extensively in standardization activities at ETSI, ITU-T and 3GPP, including instrumental work in creating and developing the TTCN-3 testing language. Colin has also been very active in the European research ecosystem, including leading a number of award winning European projects such as TT-Medal, D-MINT and SEMAFOUR. Colin is currently head of Research Alliances at Nokia.